Inter Start Contemplating Off-Season Coaching Change


Inter held two meetings Tuesday to assess the stumble against Bologna, as they once again dropped points against a minnow. First, the entire brass talked with the squad and the coaching staff, then the gaffer discussed at length with the players, Sky informs.

The Nerazzurri have gone from -8 compared to Napoli after handing the Azzurri their first and only loss to the season to -18 in less than two months. They didn’t take advantage of a favorable schedule. They haven’t been able to defeat Monza, Empoli, and Sampdoria on top of the Felsinei.

The Inter brass is adamant about qualifying for the Champions League. They need the prize money to help their finances. Per La Repubblica, they won’t fire Simone Inzaghi during the season, but he’s starting to be on shaky ground. His future will hinge on the results. Winning the Coppa Italia might not be enough for him to save his job.

Thiago Motta, whose Bologna team is shining, would top the list of potential replacements. Instead, other alluring options, such as Antonio Conte, Massimiliano Allegri, or Roberto De Zerbi are farfetched due to their costs, Tuttomercatoweb relays.

Our Take on Inter and Inzaghi

The Nerazzurri are having a baffling season, which likely comes from lack of motivation in Serie A play, with Napoli being so far ahead. They might subconsciously believe they can stroll their way into a top-four finish. That may be true, but they need to go out and do the deed, as the competitors can always get hot. Considering Giuseppe Marotta’s caution, only missing out on Champions League could lead to a dismissal.

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